Definition of 'bouncer'
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Sometimes when he couldn't make it in person he would send one of the bouncers from the club to return his items. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Worried bosses were forced to put extra bouncers on the doors. The Sun (2009)Hence the need for two bouncers on the front door at night. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The players piled out of the pub but the bouncers stopped us leaving. The Sun (2014)But organisers were told they could not open the bar unless there were two bouncers. The Sun (2013)During the march the former pub bouncer milked the applause from the crowd as he hobbled along on crutches. The Sun (2016)In one school two bouncers were given permanent jobs as classroom supervisors but one was disciplined after clashing with staff. The Sun (2009)But that didn't stop bouncers giving her a ticking off for dancing on a club table. The Sun (2010)They don't have bouncers on the doors or circus acts in the kitchen. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It is hard to find anyone with a firmer grasp on the nightclub sector than the larger-than-life former bouncer. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He didn't come to critique the food or shame the decorator or stand guard at the door like a bouncer. Christianity Today (2000)A passer-by intervened and the star was hit in the face and kicked in the groin before bouncers from a club split up the fight. The Sun (2013)Survivors of the Brazilian nightclub fire that claimed 232 lives said that bouncers stopped people from fleeing as the building filled with toxic smoke. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I had always thought tattoos trashy, the preserve of burly club bouncers, thugs or rebellious adolescents. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It is an exclusive club and the bouncers are on the door. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'bouncer'
British English: bouncer /ˈbaʊnsə/ NOUN
A bouncer is a person who is employed to prevent unwanted people from entering a nightclub or causing trouble in it.
- American English: bouncer
- Arabic: حَافِظٌ لِلنِظام
- Brazilian Portuguese: segurança de casa noturna
- Chinese: 保安
- Croatian: izbacivač
- Czech: vyhazovač
- Danish: udsmider
- Dutch: uitsmijter persoon
- European Spanish: gorila persona
- Finnish: portsari
- French: videur
- German: Rausschmeißer
- Greek: μπράβος
- Italian: buttafuori
- Japanese: （バーなどの）用心棒
- Korean: 유흥업소 경비원
- Norwegian: utkaster
- Polish: bramkarz
- European Portuguese: segurança de casa nocturna
- Romanian: bodyguard
- Russian: вышибала
- Spanish: portero
- Swedish: dörrvakt
- Thai: คนเฝ้าหน้าบาร์ที่กันไม่ให้คนเข้า
- Turkish: fedai
- Ukrainian: вибивала
- Vietnamese: vệ sĩ gác cửa
Definition of bouncer from the Collins English Dictionary
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